2. isNSFW is the safest way to share NSFW links. It’s a link shortening service for sharing Not Safe For Work content. Instead of sending an obligatory warning note with each NSFW link you share, shorten the link using isNSFW and apply a rating according to it’s content. Your friend will see a warning message before he can open the URL.
3. YtDub: This site allows you to dub YouTube videos with other YouTube videos. In other words, you can take a YouTube video and replace it’s audio with the audio from another YouTube video.
4. FreeShipping: Looking for a product that ships for free? Try FreeShipping.org. This website tells you which product on which shopping site is being offered free of shipping charges. It’s includes free-shipping items from various small and big online stores like Amazon, eBay, Barnes&Noble, Dell, AVON, Kodak, Levi’s … a total of 1542 stores at the time of writing this.
5. They Write the Right Stuff: An essay on how remarkably perfect and precise the software written for NASA’s Space Shuttle is.
This software never crashes. It never needs to be re-booted. This software is bug-free. It is perfect, as perfect as human beings have achieved. Consider these stats : the last three versions of the program — each 420,000 lines long-had just one error each. The last 11 versions of this software had a total of 17 errors. Commercial programs of equivalent complexity would have 5,000 errors.
A great read.
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